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[texts]FULL TEXT: The Glass-Steagall Act a.k.a. The Banking Act of 1933 - United States Congress
The Glass-Steagall Act a.k.a. The Banking Act of 1933 Downloaded from: Home » Federal Reserve History » Federal Reserve Banks » Federal Reserve Bank of New York Historical Circulars » 1933 1248. Banking Act of 1933 (pdf 24.9M) Author(s): Federal Reserve Bank of New York Date(s): June 22, 1933 "FRASER: The Federal Reserve Archive System for Economic Research"
Keywords: Glass; Steagall; Act; Banking; Act; of; 1933
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[texts]Franklin Delano ROOSEVELT - Discours - Franklin Delano ROOSEVELT
Discours en anglais et en français de Franklin Delano ROOSEVELT.
Keywords: finance; banque; état; nation; glass; steagall; développement; croissance
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Nomi Prins
Keywords: Beyond The Pale; WBAI; Financial Regulation; Glass-Steagall; Dodd; Frank; Consumer Financial Protection; Federal Reserve
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[audio]Peterson Perspectives: Too Big to Fail: Too Big to Solve? - Peterson Institute for International Economics
Michael Mussa traces the history of US bank deregulation since the 1930s and assesses the prospects for reviving the Glass-Steagall Act and other curbs on the banking sector.
Keywords: banking system; bank deregulation; financial regulation; Glass-Steagall Act; United States; banking history; Michael Mussa; Peterson Institute; Institute for International Economics; PIIE
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[movies]Futures trader talks OWS, Schultz and more! - PublicExposureSCAN
Michael Young, Seattle-based futures broker and trader, describes the problems for Main Street caused by MF Global and lax regulators, and the efforts of Starbucks' Howard Schultz, Occupy Wall Street,
Keywords: ows; stan emert; public exposure; michael young; sawtooth futures; corzine; goldman sachs; wheat; corn; paulson; geithner; MF global; CNBC Futures Contract; chase; jp; morgan; jamie dimon; diamond; wamu; washington mutual; Glass Steagall; greece; starbucks; howard schultz; bernanke; Economy; Market; Trading; Crisis; jpmorgan Chase
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[audio]Mathematically Perfected Economy™ by Mike Montagne (Audio Archives)
This exclusive TNS Radio program is hosted by Mike Montagne, original 1968 author/architect of mathematically perfected economy™ — a long proven fact of singular solution to the monetary and political issues before us. The first eight of the following programs were originally conceived as an introductory set, more or less exhaustively covering how mathematically perfected economy™ resolves not just all the monetary issues of our time, but the principal political issues as well...
Keywords: audio; Mike Montagne; Mathematically Perfected Economy; TNS Radio; Economics; Federal Reserve; Bank Of England; Icelandic Financial Reform Initiative; IFRI; Social Credit; Austrian Economics; Gold Standard; Keynesian; Economic Collapse; Ronald Reagan; Ron Paul; Bill Still; Money Masters; The Secret Of Oz; Money As Debt; Web Of Debt; Ellen Brown; Public Banking; Benjamin Franklin; Thomas Jefferson; Economic History; Banking; Currency; Credit; Inflation; Deflation; Usury; Glass–Steagall; The Great Depression; Banknotes; Promissory Notes; Negotiable Instruments; Microeconomics; Macroeconomics; Monetary Policy; Fiscal Policy; Resource Based Economy; Zeitgeist; Arthur Kitson; Alexander Del Mar; Alfred Crozier; Charles A. Lindbergh; Ezra Pound; Louis McFadden; Lysander Spooner; Max Igan; Michael Tellinger; Robert Murphy; Murray Rothbard; Free Enterprise; Bitcoin; Competing Currencies; Quantitative Easing
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